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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Tueiday, March 7, 1972 THE IETHBRIBGE HERAtD 13 Fishing dispute goes to court LONDON (AP) The British government announced Monday it bad referred to the Interna- tional Court of Justice plans oE Iceland to exEend its fisliing lim- its to 50 miles. Anthony Royle, undersecre- tary at the foreign office, told the House of Commons: "Reference to (ho court will not necessarily inhibit us from 'continuing informal discussions the court in the liopc of achieving an agreed solution. "We would hope to conclude .Time ballot forecast CALGARY (CP) The Li- beral government will likely call the next federal election for late June, says Stanley Knowlos of the New Democra- tic Party. An election at that time would be nfler winter un- employment problems and be- fore many voters travelled out of their constituencies for sum- mer vacations. Mr. Knowbs said in an inter- view lhat the NDI' will make "substantial gains" during election, particularly in areas where it already has some seats. Mr. Knowles, member for Winnipeg North Centre, his offers the advanlacje of a ihree- month head start on the mainstream of job-seeking BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION thorough knowledge of basic business principles and their applications arc necessary for success, in business management. 5ai1 graduates with Ihe desire and ability may expect to find em ploy ment in manufacturing, ffnance, transportation, ccmrnunicalion, wholesale, re- toil, and institutional firms, first year tuilion is two-year course. COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY Graduates of this course may expect to find employ- mcnl as programmers and systems analysts wherever computers are used in industry. The lyst develops systems for solving problems or pro- cessing dola, and translates these method-, into of inslructmns in computer language. Rasic managerial skills ore an important part of Ihe course. Firs! year lultion is course. DINING ROOM SERVICE Graduales of this course are well prepared for em- pi oymenl in better-do s-s reslnvjran! dining rooms, pri- food service establishments. There is an ever-increasing demand for intaihgent, sincere people with special skills in scrvfce. Fee is for 12-week course. BASIC PLANT OPERATIONS This course is designed 1o assist students preparing lo write the Alberta Tourfh Clcss Slecim h-y r.c-r s examination undor the Boilers Act. The 12-week course includes 10 weeks of instruction at Sail, and a two week period of obtaining praclical experience in a focal steam plant. The course offers a total of 300 hours of i true f ion. Fee is DIAL CAREERS 284-8413 wmmm (AP RESTAURANT BLASTED Ambulance woman assisls injured after explosion ripped through Abercom reslaur- onl in Belfast, Ireland, killing two women and wounding 136 other persons. As Ihe injured arc helped a British soldier, left and rear, keeps Ryes on the skyline. sales not a disaster EDMONTON (CP) The oss of business that resulted 'rom delays in shipping grain ;rom the port of Vancouver this 3-ear cannot be considered a lisaster because the volume of was still high, a provin- cial government economist said today. David Walker of the Alberta agriculture department said the loss amounted to about two weeks of business or tetween 10 and 15 million bushels oi grain. Total grain shipments [rom county elevators may slill reach a record WO million bushels this year, he said. MORE SYMPATHETIC Mr. Walker said in a state- ment Canada's farmers are likely to ha much more sym pathetic about these shipping delays being caused by un- usually bad weather in the British Columbia interior than they would have been if the de- lays had been caused by strikes. "Some potential sales will undoubtedly be lost. Vessels lhat arc wailing for cargos will continue to wail, but the Cana- dian wheat board has already shown reluctance to take on ex- bookings. TJI fact, som ookings are being switched t Lawrence Seaway ports fo lipment in April." The switching o! booking ill undoubtedly take som ressure off Vancouver durin ie next few months but shi ing costs will be higher, h aid. nOSPECTS GLOOMY Prospects for catching up ail shipments were not enraging at present. "Tile fact that the whea oard did not tender April shi] lents of wheat for Japan i icates u n certainty regardin bility to handle the backlog ookings before April." Mr. Walker also said th 'liile grain movements fro: Uberta farms during the pre nt crop year will exceed ear's records, it would be "u vise" to assume thai increas during the second half of tr crop year will be as large those recorded during Ihe fir .alt Baiifield urges push for markets SASKATOON (CP) Tin rapesecd industry in Canada can expect an over all in c reaso in volume m a rketet tliis year, representatives o rapeseed growers' association in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta were told here. J. ,J. Banficld of Lcthbridgc president of Mie Rapeseed As sociation of Canada, snid tlicr had heen considerable appre- hension over the slowness o markets in accepting the scec This lind resulted in the nis patching of trade mission overseas to encourage custom ers to take experimental lots. He loltl tlic association's an nual meeting lhal. the immed ate goal he develop men nf export markets for up lo bushels. Torbin Iloycr, tracic chair man nf the association, sai export-s of rapesced during th 71 crcp year increase by more than ifio per cent. Export.s totalled 46.R milfio bushels to 14 countries com pared million bushe: to 12 countries in 1969-70, 9atn-JDpm. ApfiS ffrnon-tpm. SOUTHERN ALBERTA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 1301 16th Avenue N. W., Calgary, Alberta Post office charges baseless OTTAWA (CP) Conflict-of- tcresl ehnrges against two st ofdcc officials arc baselcs id uncalled for, Postmaster- ciicral Jean-Pierre Colo told c Commons Monday. The minister's 20-minuto cx- a n a t o r y statement was iiiekly rejected by Conserva- 45.6 million were released for icse venlurcs. The declaration also said the ;iKsians would Ira'm "national for various branches o! ndustry and agriculture" and rovide consultative services to the nation's indus- ry. It added that "much attention 'as given to questions of ,xpanding trade" during the lujib-Kosygin talks, and Mos xnv would back Dacca's request or UN membership. creased demand for supplies and labor." Mr. Lewis said much of Sir Cote's statement was aimed at clearing the names of the two civil servanls involved in the situation. But the statement missed the point lhat "this cosy connection between the govern- ment and ITT" raised UHJ wholo question of conflict. If the government is going to tlo business with ITT, it Is wrong lo have a former ITT president in the government arid it is wrong to have a govern- ment employee on loan to tho company, Mr. Lewis said. In such circumstances, "no detailed statemenl will wash away the fact that thero is a conflict of interest." He said the siluation brings to mind (lie government's recent remission of SG million in taxes properly paid earlier hy Great Canadian Oil Sands Ltd., a sub- sidiary of the U.S. Sun Oil Co., as a "Christmas and the recent statement by an Ontario Liberal official that 95 compa- nies provide I lie bulk of Ihe do- nations to the Liberal party's campaign funds. mP Fssht Crippling! Your Easter Seal contribution goes to help rot only crippled children but adulls too. It goes fo provide tho special core needed whether il be a sight or hearing problem, artificial limb or wheelchair etc. also supports crippled children's summer camps. Envelopes have been mailed out to every householder for this Lelhbndge and District campaign. Please Return fo Box 953, Lethbndge Knife-point robbery case CALGARY (CP) Seven- year prison terms were im- posed here on two men for breaking into a house and rob- bing the occupant at knife- point. Leslie Vernon Grisdale, 25, and John Edward Bedford, 26, were convicted and sentenced by Mr. Justice A. J. Cullen of Alberta Supreme Court. During the incident Nov. 21, a woman was robbed of Slow brewed for a smoother flavour When you want a beer that lets you stay alert... and still gives you all the refreshing flavour, try Cool Spring. It's extra smooth. Easygoing. Since there's slightly less alcohol, Cool Spring costs you less. by Labatt's ;